19.02.09 by Jeff

David Jon Kassan

Paintings by Brooklyn-based, David Jon Kassan.

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david kassan painting painter artist portrait

david kassan painting painter artist portrait

david kassan painting painter artist portrait

david kassan painting painter artist portrait













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Last one does it for me! Beautiful work

  • really stunning super-realism.

  • the compliment of the backgrounds do it for me. beautiful tones/lighting.

  • Margot

    amazing!

  • a.

    pretty awesome.. the one with the oldest woman is almost too detailed.. overworked i guess. her wrinkles and veins in particular.

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  • Wow, very skilled photo realism! Love the grungy textured backgrounds as well.

  • tracey

    these must’ve taken ages

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  • Tawni Shaylin

    absolutely amazing! remarkably life-like and detailed… at first glance I was sure it it was a photo… beautiful

  • Wow, I love how realistic they are, especially the girls’ hair. I want to learn how to do that someday. This is great!

  • Muy buen trabajo.





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